145 Rowayton Avenue, Rowayton, CT, 06853
Phone: 203-866-2744 | Email: rowart@snet.net

Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 12am to 5pm
Sunday 1pm to 4pm (Closed Jan-Mar)
Monday Closed

Welcome to RAC's Gallery

We’re open 6 days a week (the gallery is closed on Monday) and admission is free.

Drop by our light, airy first-floor gallery to explore stimulating high-quality art that changes each month.

  • Stroll around or have a seat on our comfortable benches and reflect on the artwork.
  • Bring lunch to enjoy on our deck overlooking the scenic Five Mile River.
  • Meet our artists and other art lovers during the free reception for each exhibit and show.

During the course of a year we display diverse woOrks in all media – acrylic, computer art, drawings, mixed media, oil, pastel, photography, prints, sculpture and watercolor. Download the 2014 Exhibition Calendar

Our goal is to provide maximum exposure for the talents of RAC members. Six exhibitions include 40-80 works exclusively by RAC exhibiting members … all members and the public have the opportunity to be juried into three other exhibits … and the first exhibit each year features artwork by RAC instructors and students.

NEXT EXHIBITION RECEPTION:
"Abstraction" (all media)
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2014 ... 4:00-6:00 pm
free

Current Exhibition:

Brushwork Exhibit

through August 31

Artwork in all media by  featured in this exhibit. Best in Show and the 26th Walter Brooks Memorial Award for Watercolor was awarded to Marianne Rothballer for her painting "Old School House." Click for names of all winners in each category.

Judges: Arianne Faber Kolb & Eleanor Flatow, co-directions, Carriage Barn Arts Center
“This exhibition includes a wide variety of styles while focusing on the craft of watercolor, acrylic, and oil painting. The exhibition as a whole is enjoyable in the jewel-like gallery located on the Five Mile River. We awarded Best in Show to Marianne Rothballer, who displays a confident command of the technique of watercolor in her delightful and vivid rendering of the Old Schoolhouse.”